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See also naif
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- 1947, S.E. Morison, History of United States Naval Operations in World War II, Little, Brown, & Company, page 5:
- Doenitz was naïf to assume that England would have stood idly by while Germany built up her U-boat force to four figures; but it was true enough that the German Navy was unprepared for a submarine war.
naïf (plural naïfs)
- One who is naive.
one who is naive — see naif
- Penses-tu qu'il va venir ? Je te trouve bien naïf.
- a naive person